Bathroom Renovation Tips
First up, it's important to compile a list of must-haves and must haves and desires when revamping the bathroom. The essentials such as a good-sized bath and extensive storage need to be in the budget breakdown, while splurges like a rainshower or underfloor heating need to be adjusted when the final costings are completed. Less is more a pristine, uncluttered layout utilising clever storage will make your bathroom appear spacious and inviting. Make the most of every centimetre by adding recessed niches (great to store shampoo) and mirror-fronted wall cabinets. A white, off-white or neutral colour scheme gives the illusion of more space in the tiniest bathroom. For a pop of colour, introduce vibrant accessories and bath towels which can be updated every few years for a new look. When choosing the builder and his team, the cheapest isn't always the best.

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A person's workmanship, dedication, management skills, availability and communication skills are the main priorities when making up your mind. Asking for the builders references is definitely worthwhile seeing his previous work and hearing the owners opinions can help make up your mind. When renovating, moving out may be inevitable for a few weeks if you don't have a second working bathroom. For gung-ho renovators, a Port-a-loo and a shower in the office or at the gym can make do, but for the rest of us, it may be necessary to move in with friends or family for a few weeks. You'll need to build this into your budget when planning your renovation project and be aware of any unexpected costs, such as takeaway food and laundromat costs. Work sites are usually dusty and dirty so make sure you block all doorways to adjacent rooms with plastic so dust doesn't sneak into other areas of your home. An array of shower systems are now on the market, so do some research before you buy. Various options include showers on rail, hand showers, fixed showers or overhead rainshowers.